Through the eye's of Christ, all actions of good will are possible, including the defense of those who are at the most vulnerable stage of their life. The actions of Bobby Schindler, Terri Schiavo's brother, to stand up for the vulnerable people of this nation in 2012, should become a rallying cry for all people who are pro-life across America.
Imagine being in the shoes of Bobby Schindler. A young man, who just 6 short years ago, endured the death of his sister because of a final Supreme Court ruling. This ruling led to 14 days with no food and water for Terri, ending in her death from severe dehydration on March 31st, 2005. During this interview, Bobby clears up the misconceptions that many people have about his sister's condition before her . If you are interested to learn more about what Bobby and his family are doing to protect other people who are now in a similar position to Terri, click on their logo just below. In addition, this story will share the impact that Terri's life had on Bobby's journey with the Catholic faith.
Tomorrow, as hundreds of thousands descend upon Washington, DC for the 2012 March for Life, let us remember that we as Catholics, and therefore followers of Jesus Christ, defend human life from the moment of conception, until natural death. The big day for our team is tomorrow, pray for our strength and courage to defend life in all it's stages.